The William Floyd High School Acasations, the combined a cappella group featuring the beautiful voices of the Acabellas and the Soundsations, under the direction of music teachers Donia Rivera and Michelle Seifert, respectively, will be competing this weekend in the SingStrong International A Cappella High School Competition at the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center in Garden City! Performers had to be accepted into this competition, which is open to the best a cappella groups from around the world!
The William Floyd High School Medical Club led by science educator Terri Randall continues to make a difference in the lives of children across Long Island with the club’s yearly donation to benefit the Child Life Department at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. This year’s donation was $600, bringing the five-year total to more than $3,500.
The William Floyd varsity bowling team, under the leadership of head coach James Healey, just completed a dominant and historic undefeated season (14-0) taking home their third league title in the past four years and securing a spot in the Suffolk County Championship for the 13th consecutive season!
William Floyd Elementary School kindergarten classes recently welcomed employees from Home Depot, to collaborate on a special wood-crafting project!
Members of the William Floyd Board of Education representing the entire Board, as well as all of our schools and community, spent this past weekend advocating at the National School Boards Association Advocacy Institute, held in Washington, D.C., a gathering of K-12 education leaders from across the nation who gather to advocate for their communities and to learn about the issues, policies and legislation that will most affect their districts.
The “Thunderstrings,” the William Paca Middle School Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Gabriella Forgit, performed at the January 24 Board of Education meeting.
Welcome to the website of the award-winning William Floyd School District located on the south shore of Long Island, approximately 60 miles east of New York City, with an enrollment of approximately 8,700 students attending ten schools K-12. The district provides tremendous opportunities for students ranging from science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Career and Technical Education, music, the arts, athletics, extracurricular activities and much more.